AIIMS Jammu Has Become One Of The Best Institutions In India : JP Nadda

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Jammu,(CNI) Union Health Minister JP Nadda on Sunday visited All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jammu and said that AIIMS Jammu has become one of the best institutions in India.

Earlier today, the Union Health Minister along with Union Minister Jitendra Singh and J-K BJP President Ravinder Raina visited AIIMS Jammu.

” In February, PM Modi had inaugurated AIIMS Jammu. After that, classes started here. I saw the facilities here. I tried to understand how AIIMS Jammu is moving ahead. AIIMS Jammu has become one of the best institutions in India,” Nadda told reporters.

He further said that AIIMS facilities, infrastructure, equipment, appliances and logistics are of world standard.

“Soon, OPD will begin here. We are trying to get more faculties here. The faculties who have come here so far are India’s best faculties,” he added.
Nadda said that the patients of J-K, Punjab and Himachal are not going to go to PGI Chandigarh or Delhi from now onwards as they will be treated at AIIMS Jammu.

“Professional education is our privilege. There are a lot of aspirations by people which we have to fulfil. Today when I see a world-class medical facility developed here it gives me immense pleasure,” he said.

Ahead of the assembly polls, BJP National President JP Nadda chaired a meeting with the leaders of the party’s Jammu and Kashmir unit. The meeting was held in Jammu.

Union Minister Jitendra Singh, Jammu and Kashmir party President Ravinder Raina, and party’s National General Secretary Tarun Chugh were present at the meeting.

JP Nadda and Jitendra Singh visited the Raghunath Temple in Jammu and offered prayers. J&K Dharmarth Trust shared pictures of their visit to the temple.

J-K is likely to see its first Assembly election in September this year, according to the timeline fixed by the Supreme Court after the erstwhile state’s special status was scrapped in 2019. The last Assembly election in the erstwhile state was held in 2014.

The BJP-led government scrapped Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir in August 2019 and bifurcated the state into two union territories. There have been demands from political parties for early assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and the restoration of statehood. Earlier, the Supreme Court had asked the Election Commission of India and the Centre to conduct polls by September. (CNI)

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